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Title: The more we get together-benefits of regional concentration
Authors: Anari,Ali
Source: Tierra Grande, Apr-11, 18 :2 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Population - Economic aspects
Additional Information: Table: 1- Top six U.S. metropolitan areas ranked by share of U.S. GDP, 2008; 2- Top four Texas metropolitan areas by share of State's GDP, 2008; 3- Top eight Texas counties ranked by share of personal income, 2007; 4- Top seven most populous Texas metropo
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Title: The more we get together-benefits of regional concentration
Authors: Anari,Ali
Source: Tierra Grande, Apr-11, 18 :2 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Population - Economic aspects
Additional Information: ID: 101; Table: 1- Top six U.S. metropolitan areas ranked by share of U.S. GDP, 2008; 2- Top four Texas metropolitan areas by share of State's GDP, 2008; 3- Top eight Texas counties ranked by share of personal income, 2007; 4- Top seven most populous Texa
Ref ID: 91495
 
Title: Texas ranks number 1 for newcomers
Authors:
Source: Texas Rising, 2010, : ,pg 12-  
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 2413; Chart: Texas population booms.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80230
 
Title: Small Texas cities grow at rapid pace
Authors:
Source: Texas Rising, 2010, : ,pg 12-  
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 955; Chart: Texas' fastest growing micropolitan areas.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 84849
 
Title: Brief bytes: All grown up
Authors: Lamphere,Tracey
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2010, : ,pg 13-  
Subjects: Population - Economic aspects
Additional Information: ID: 871; Atascocita; Katy; Mansfield; Wylie; Gadberry Group.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85140
 
Title: Small Texas cities grow at rapid pace
Authors:
Source: Texas Rising, 2010, : ,pg 12-  
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 12; Chart: Texas' fastest growing micropolitan areas.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89020
 
Title: Houston, Dallas gain most residents in 2009
Authors:
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2010, : ,pg Back cover-  
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 25; Chart: Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington; Houston-Sugar Land- Baytown; Austin- Round Rock; San Antonio; El Paso.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89024
 
Title: The state of Texas: Texans by age in 2009
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :19    
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 329; Table: Source, U.S. Census Bureau.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89836
 
Title: The changing face of Texas
Authors: Maler,Gary,Harold D.
Source: Tierra Grande, 2010, 17 :3 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Population forecasting
Additional Information: ID: 33; Figure: 1- Percentage change in total population Texas counties, 2000-2008; 2- Projected percentage change in total population Texas counties, 2008-2040.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89468
 
Title: Does Texas' future add up? An education crisis, income inequality and gap between young and old..
Authors: Del Bosque,Melissa
Source: Texas Observer, 2010, 102 :22   11
Subjects: Texas - Forecasting Education Income Population
Additional Information: ID: 383; Tables: RAce and ethnicity percentages projected (2000 and 2030); Texas #1 in percentage of citizens without health insurance.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 90075
 
Title: Brief Bytes: Texas cities on the move
Authors: Castellon,Michael
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2009, : ,pg 12-  
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 2315; Round Rock; McKinney; Killeen; Fort Worth; .; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80404
 
Title: A letter from the Comptroller
Authors: Combs,Susan
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2009, :    
Subjects: Population research
Additional Information: ID: 2308; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80447
 
Title: Brief Bytes: North Texas best place to live
Authors: Hudgins,Karen
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2009, : ,pg 12-  
Subjects: Population Economic development
Additional Information: ID: 2317; Keller; Mansfield; Friendswood; Schertz; Georgetown; Hewitt.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80817
 
Title: Brief bytes: Urban populations boomed in 2008
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2009, : ,pg 13-  
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 1587; Austin -Round Rock; Dallas-Fort Worth; Houston.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81792
 
Title: Brief bytes: Texas home to a quarter of the U.S. Mexican -orgin population
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2009, : ,pg 13-  
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 1588; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 81793
 
Title: Texas population heats up: State's four metro areas among nation's top 10 in population growth
Authors: Hudgins,Karen
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2008, : ,pg 1+-  
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 8349; Chart: 1-Population boom; 2- Metropolitan area house prices; 3- Overvaluation.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47739
 
Title: Demographic snapshot: How Texas compares with the U.S
Authors:
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2008, : ,pg Back Cover-  
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 8361; Chart: Texas / U.S.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 44413
 
Title: Political intelligence: Lost in the tall corn - In Denver, Dems woo the rural vote
Authors: Farris,Rachel
Source: Texas Observer, 2008, 100 :17    
Subjects: Democratic Party--Conventions Rural population--Voting
Additional Information: ID: 9632; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46739
 
Title: Looming boom Texas through 2030
Authors: Gaines,James P.
Source: Tierra Grande, 2008, 15 :1 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Economic forecasting Population forecasting
Additional Information: ID: 8754; Figure: 1- Central Texas triangle; 2- Total Texas population by race; 3- Employment growth rates; 4- Top job -creating states; 5- Top job- creating markets; 6-Texas personal income 1969-2030; 7- Texas median household income 1984-2030; 8- U.S. a
Ref ID: 46857
 
Title: The demographic advantage
Authors: Wright,Bruce
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2008, :    
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 8351; Chart: Texas: National growth leader; Map: Texas-Five counties with the most growth; Texas labor force booming.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50865
 
Title: An old and new migration
Authors: Rivers,David A.
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2008, :    
Subjects: Tourism Population
Additional Information: ID: 8352; Chart: South for the winter; Official Site of Texas Tourism ,www.traveltex.com>; Winter Texan Times ; Texas Campgrounds , www.texascampgrounds.com>.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49604
 
Title: The Importance of Demographic, Social, and Political Context for Estimating Policy Impacts: Comment on "Implementing New York's Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program"
Authors: Barnett,W. Steven
Source: Early Education and Development, 2007, 18 :4 ,pg 609- 616
Subjects: Population Growth Program Effectiveness Enrollment Trends Policy Analysis Urban Demography Context Effect Preschool Evaluation Preschool Education Social Environment Equal Education Educational Policy Educational Indicators New York
Additional Information: ID: 4478; LV: Preschool Education
Ref ID: 93707
 
Title: Here we grow again
Authors: Murdock,Steve H.
Source: Tierra Grande, 2007, 14 :4 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Population forecasting
Additional Information: ID: 5901; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49007
 
Title: Howdy, Neighbors; Katrina boosts Texas population
Authors: Murdock,Steve H.
Source: Tierra Grande, 2007, 14 :2 ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Population
Additional Information: ID: 6831; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49008
 
Title: The other end of the baby boom
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 2007, 24 :8    
Subjects: Population forecasting Employee selection
Additional Information: ID: 6715; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 43662
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